Each summer TG offer paid internships in producing for post-secondary students.
Students work with the company’s producer on projects to support our summer programs and prepare for our productions. They are also mentored by the company’s producer to address career goals and specific areas of interest.
The Publicity and Community Relations Coordinator will assist with the planning and execution of our marketing and publicity for productions and community outreach programs for the upcoming season; specifically:
Assist with the promotion of productions and programs
Assist in creation and/or editing of media/video elements of new productions.
Assist with researching and developing new community relations for our youth programming.
Research audience trends and new ways to engage audience and participants
Assist with communications with schools and teachers and development of educational material
Assist with copy-writing for newsletters and outreach material
Assist with the maintenance and updates to the company website.
Assist with maintenance of audience and participant databases
Track, analyze, and provide regular reports on site usage and online presence
Perform related duties as assigned.
The position is ideal for a candidate in Arts Administration, Business Management and Marketing, Web/Graphic Design, or Communications and is an excellent opportunity to learn and gain experience in developing community relations and creating public awareness and engagement in the arts. The ideal candidates will have:
Excellent writing and communication skills
Critical thinking, organization and strategic planning skills
Experience/Education in design relating to web or interactive media.
Experience and fluency with digital and social media including facebook, twitter, instagram and updating/maintaining a website and/or blog page.
Experience with digital editing and websites an asset
Min Contract: 8wks, 30hr/wk, $15/hr
This role is funded by Canada Summer Jobs. The successful candidate must have been enrolled in a post-secondary institution in the past year and have the intention of returning as a student in the fall, and be between 18 and 30 years of age, and be a Canadian Citizen or permanent resident, or have official refugee status.
To Apply: please submit a cv and cover letter indicating the position you are applying for to the attention of Yolanda Ferrato, firstname.lastname@example.org by May 18, 2018.
Posted by: Theatre Gargantua
For more information: http://theatregargantua.ca/producing-internships/